Ivorian says he has gotten over issues with City for the time being.
Manchester City’s star player Yaya Toure has said that he will carry on playing for the English champions as long as he can.
The 31-year old has had to settle plenty of differences with the Citizens over the course of this summer, and had also criticised the club’s management of being insensitive towards him.
Among the allegations Toure threw at City he claimed that he had not been granted time to visit his ailing brother Ibrahim Toure.
However, the Ivory Coast international seems to have regained his focus after the death of his brother, and is now ready to start the new campaign with the Premier League champions.
“It was not a case of me wanting to leave the club. I stayed quiet, I believe that is the right way, and at the end of the day it’s my decision. I will stay at Man City for as long as possible,” Toure was quoted by the Guardian.
The African has arguably been City’s best performer over the last few seasons, and is the fulcrum around which the side has blossomed.
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